Gluten-Free Wednesdays 10/20/10

Last week proved busier than I thought and I didn’t get to visit all your links, but I will this week.  Thanks for all the well wishes for my mom.  Her surgery went well and she is recovering well.  I spent most of the week at my parent’s home (or at the hospital) and they […]

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Pumpkin Recipes from Around the Blogosphere

I would venture to say that pumpkins are the most popular squash around.  It is pumpkin season and I’ve been seeing pumpkins of all sizes at stores and farmer’s markets.  I’ve also been seeing pumpkin recipes all over the blogosphere.  I thought I would highlight a few gluten-free recipes that particularly interest me.  Pumpkin bread […]

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Coconut Milk Custard

This is a guest post from Lynn, a friend who I met at the Blissdom blog conference in February.  Lynn lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three children. She loves to cook and try new recipes. She blogs at Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures, sharing recipes, tips, and ideas to help you meld a love of […]

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Spaghetti Squash Casserole

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This post was written last November, and I thought I would repost it since the recipe was so good, and it fits well with the Squash Fest.  Unfortunately, it does contain cheese and is not dairy free unless you use a substitute. My only experience with squash that I remember from childhood was when my […]

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Surfing Saturday 10/16/10

Gluten-Free/Celiac InformationCeliac FAQCeliac Disease Information Food (not necessarily gluten-free but adaptable and/or inspirational)7 Gluten-Free Baking TipsPumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies (if you don’t already subscribe to Karina’s blog, you should)Homemade GranolaSpice Usage Tips Organic Food Search (find farms, markets, restaurants, and more) 9 Secret Ingredients of the Frugal Foodie HomeImprove Marriage & Slow Down Life ComputerEasy to […]

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Squash Fest: Butternut Squash Dessert

Aubree Cherie Pack blogs over at Living Free where she dreams up new (and sometimes random) ways to create tasty food. Although Aubree has not been tested or diagnosed with Celiac disease, gluten is something that her tummy just can’t tolerate. Throw in being lactose intolerant and a long history of family diabetes, and you’ll understand […]

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